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Asterix pips Tintin to top greatest hero vote in Lakes Festival opening debate
Asterix and Tintin prompted a heated debate at the Lakes International Comic Art Festival‘s opening night, sponsored by Lancaster University.Learn More
New MOOC on the early history of the Quakers starts on October 3
A new online course Radical Spirituality: the early history of the Quakers, starts on October 3.Learn More
FASS plays key role in telling the story of the North
Leading Lancaster University academics will help Melvyn Bragg to tell the story of the north in a brand new BBC Radio 4 series.Learn More
New Fellow will help champion AHRC priority area
A Lancaster University academic is set to take a pivotal role in shaping the research landscape in design.Learn More
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Dr Mark Garnett (PPR) reflected upon Theresa May’s first 100 days as Prime Minister for CNBC
Professor Elena Semino (Linguistics) is quoted in the New Scientist about her research into the language of cancer following a new production, A Pacifist’s Guide to the War on Cancer, at London’s National Theatre.
Dr Sunday Swift (English & Creative Writing) appeared on The Independent and The Statesman websites saying 'Why female black dandies are the ultimate rebels'
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